Recently, I was driving in eastern Kentucky to speak at a church about missions. I use my GPS regularly as I travel all across the state. On this particular trip in eastern Kentucky, my GPS all of a sudden went crazy. The road unexpectedly disappeared on the GPS and the car seemingly was floating on... Continue Reading →

Safe Church

Once upon a time, churches were considered safe havens that were untouched by the violence of our world.  The recent mass shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in downtown Charleston, South Carolina has again reminded us of the need to be prepared for the unthinkable.  First Thessalonians 5:3 cautions us about the false thought... Continue Reading →

Go Tell it On the Mountain… and Everywhere!

We buried my father just two weeks ago after battling lung cancer, dementia, and finally, pnemonia. He had battled alcoholism in early adulthood, but experienced life transformation after accepting Christ as his Savior and Lord. Following his conversion, my father (who I affectionately called Dave) lived his life on mission, declaring to everyone he met... Continue Reading →

A Time of Rest and Renewal

Recently we had our annual Kentucky Missionary Retreat at Cumberland Falls State Resort Park in Corbin, KY.  My, what a beautiful place to “retreat.”  It kind of reminds me of Jesus going away to the mountain to be alone with the Father.  Cumberland Falls was such a special place to walk (or sit) and pray;... Continue Reading →

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